Dear Friends – it’s been a little while since writing here vs my more recent Facebook littering. Feels much more intimate and quiet. I’ll grab my smoking jacket and sit by the fire and tell you very softly about what’s going on lately.
In January, Blarvuster performed in San Francisco at the New Music Gathering with a nice write up following
But mostly, I am here to urge any late decision makers to come out to SISYPHUS, a genre-bending opera I co-composed in collaboration with Jason Cady and Aaron Siegel – a wallop –packed event striking at the quintessence of how Experiments in Opera operates. Here are some reviews from New YorkClassical Review and StageBuddy.
Those that made it to SISYPHUS last weekend loved it, you will too!
Only 2 more chances to catch SISYPHUS
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SISYPHUS continues this Friday and Saturday
“What makes EiO’s Sisyphus notable is how entertaining it is.”
– NY Classical Review
Kate Maroney, Vince B. Vincent and Lucy Dhegrae. Photo by Reuben Radding.
After an exciting opening weekend, Sisyphus continues this Friday with two final performances. Come see this collaboratively-composed opera in its premiere run before it is too late!
Buy tickets for performances this Friday and Saturday.
Join us in HELL!
There’s more to the myth of Sisyphus than a man pushing a boulder up a hill. In this new, collaboratively-composed evening-length opera, the famous story is twisted, pulled apart, and reassembled in a collage of characters, genres and questions. Sisyphus features texts and music by the three founders of Experiments in Opera: Jason Cady, Aaron Siegel, and Matthew Welch.
February 13, 14, 20 & 21, 2015
Underground Theater at Abrons Arts Center
Lucy Dhegrae, soprano
Kate Maroney, mezzo-soprano
Vince B. Vincent, tenor
Joe Bergen, vibraphone
Meaghan Burke, cello
Shawn Lovato, contrabass
Jason Cady, modular synthesizer
Matthew Welch, Conductor
Ethan Heard, director
Kristen Robinson, stage design
Masha Tsimring, lighting designer
Nick Hussong, projection designer
Maria Hooper, costume designer
Esti Bernstein, production stage manager
For more information visit: experimentsinopera.com
Experiments in Opera’s 2014-15 season is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the Support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
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